The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission issues a draft objection notice proposing to revoke two collective bargaining notifications lodged by a national industry body representing the interests of online wagering and sportsbetting companies (AWC)

ACCC proposes to revoke immunity for collective bargaining and collective boycott against NRL by betting agencies* The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a draft objection notice proposing to revoke two collective bargaining notifications lodged by the Australian Wagering Council Limited (AWC). Notification allows businesses to seek protection from legal action for engaging in certain conduct that may breach the Competition and Consumer Act, if the conduct is in the public interest. If the ACCC had not intervened, protection for the AWC

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission issues a draft objection notice proposing to revoke two collective bargaining notifications lodged by a national industry body representing the interests of online wagering and sportsbetting companies (AWC), 26 February 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2014, Art. N° 64165

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